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It turns out that many contests that are on the AoPSWiki are not formatted correctly. Some examples of articles on a contest formatted correctly is 2000 AMC 8, 2000 AMC 8 Problems, and 2000 AMC 8 Problems/Problem 1. Below is a list of every single contest in the AMC series, as well as the IMO. Wanna help? Join the cause! Add your name to the list of proud contributors below, and then get to editing! Feel free to mark contests complete (do not delete them, mark them complete) if they have been completed. Note that not all problems need solutions for the pages to be correctly formatted. In addition, there's a chatter section below for discussion of various issues that may pop up during this formatting project.

Note: There is an AMC Problem Restoration Project that is up and running, if you are interested in posting problems rather than formatting pages. Be sure to read the whole topic before you start posting though - there are important guidelines to follow.

List of Contributors

Official Contributors

1=2

fadebekun

Honorary Contributors

Admin25

Articles that may or may not be in the correct format

AJHSME / AMC 8

AMC 10

AHSME / AMC 12

AIME

USA(J)MO

IMO

Chatter Box

Links in Problem Articles

Most AIME problem articles that I've seen don't have a bunch of links at the end - they only have the AIME box. However, Problem 13 of the 1983 AIME does have a bunch of links. Should it? If it should, then should we start putting them on every problem? --1=2 07:05, 16 April 2012 (EDT)

Actually we probably shouldn't go around putting all of those links on every problem - it would just waste time in an effort to save a few seconds. I'll remove the links. --1=2 13:04, 16 April 2012 (EDT)

IMO Statistics

A bunch of the IMO articles (1985 IMO) have some statistics in them. Should we strive to keep them? --1=2 11:17, 20 April 2012 (EDT)

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